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Brad Fisher

Last played for Carlton Blues in 2010
Games: 99     Born: April 9, 1984     Origin: Eastern Ranges
Playing Height: 192cm     Playing Weight: 86kg     Position: Forward
Last Drafted: Round 6, Pick #72 2002 National Draft by Carlton Blues
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Brad Fisher Biography

Monday, 12 April 2010
Just six weeks after rupturing his ACL in the NAB Cup, Carlton forward Brad Fisher is running laps and eyeing a Rd 9 return.

"The knee is going really well. I've been up and running for just over a week, I've pretty much got all the swelling out of it and I'm just trying to get the full extension and straighten my leg properly," Fisher said.

"There's been a tiny little bit of muscle wastage, but other than that it's all systems go."

Thursday, 11 March 2010
Carlton forward Brad Fisher says he hopes to return as early as round 7 after having revolutionary LARS knee surgery.

"I think around about Round 7 or Round 8 is when I will be back in full training and playing footy," Fisher said.

"It was four months before I started jogging with my last reco and this time it's four to six weeks."

Wednesday, 24 February 2010
Carlton's Brad Fisher has undergone revolutionary knee surgery after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament against the Sydney Swans on Saturday.

"Obviously this is positive news for Brad and the club as it will see him return before the second half of the season," football operations manager Stephen Icke said.

"We underwent a thorough investigation as to the best treatment for this injury understanding that the LARS surgery is not always the most appropriate and are pleased that it was for Brad's injury."

Sunday, 21 February 2010
Blue forward Brad Fisher has torn his anterior cruciate ligament during Carlton's NAB Cup match against Sydney.

It is the same injury Fisher sustained in 2004 when he underwent a knee reconstruction.

"For a player who worked so hard through the pre-season, to only get to round one of the NAB Cup, it's not great news," Carlton coach Brett Ratten said.

Saturday, 28 February 2009
Carlton will go in to tomorrow's NAB Cup quarter-final against Hawthorn almost at full strength with key-forward Brad Fisher certain to play.

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